Dallas Jackson had a stellar night, scoring three times and rushing for 161 yards on only four carries, and the Meeker Bulldogs completed their first-ever perfect regular season by hammering Holdenville 44-0 Friday.
An offsides penalty preserved a 29-28 advantage for McLoud Friday night, allowing the Redskins to defeat Harrah by the one-point margin and claim the fourth and final spot in the District 4A-2 standings.
Paige Hughes earned All-State honorable mention honors with a 15th-place time of 12:56, and the Shawnee Lady Wolves finished in fourth place with 146 points at Saturday’s Class 5A state meet at Edmond Santa Fe High School.
Shawnee placed second with 86 points in a soggy Class 5A regional meet Saturday, and the Lady Wolves qualified as a team to compete in the 2013 state meet Saturday, Nov. 2, at Edmond Santa Fe High School.
Seventh-ranked Shawnee struck early, and held a couple of commanding advantages along the way, but Durant would not go quietly as the Wolves scrapped down the stretch to secure a 56-44 District 5A-3 win Friday night at Jim Thorpe Stadium.
Oklahoma Baptist picked off five passes and Nyko Symonds caught two touchdown passes as the Bison rolled past Wayland Baptist 37-10 Saturday in the first meeting of the Central State Football League’s Baptist schools.
Bethel compiled nine hits, including a solo home run by Kelsey Eropkin, and Kim Herron improved to 20-9 in the circle as the Lady Wildcats downed Cache 7-2 in a Class 4A state semifinal match Friday at the Ball Fields at FireLake in Shawnee.